Archive for March, 2011
And while I’m on La Gazzetta Della Bici here is a great find by Simon… just teetering up there on top… so Euro.
I can’t say I know who it is off the top of my head?
Seems pretty simple! I think I’m still best leaving it to the experts, but if you are inspired here is how to make four panel cycling caps with some recycled material and an old yoghurt container.
Congratulations Richard! Nice caps. I like the hint of French.
Today is the 2nd anniversary of Galstudio’s very first cycling cap sale. It’s hard to believe it’s two years ago. And, to celebrate we’re proud to introduce our ….new Paris-Roubaix Cycling Cap!
Sunglasses fun… Merckx & Jan Janssen, 1970 Tdf.
via the always awesome Cycling Art Blog.
Cycling Art blog says:
My favorite race, Paris-Roubaix is this April 10th. I read that the organisers are turning this classic race, full on drama with five new cobble sections … I couldn’t be happier.
read more on Cycling Art Blog: Cobbles are coming….
Ooooh a Rapha retro stylish competitor. Thanks Smudge for the heads up.
The perfect companion to the National Pride Series. This 100% white cotton cap features signature Cervo Rosso logos with Italian National race stripe from front to rear. One size fits all!
Biciclasica blog checks out Walz caps and has a nice gallery of photos.
First time I don’t write about Bikes, many of you ask me about other cool classic style products so I will post some from time to time.
Here I show you the fantastic cycling caps from Walz guys in Vista, San Diego, they create a full line of caps with good textures and colours, all fits perfectly and have a real cycling style that can be used for both cycling and street life, the caps are individually sewn in the United States which ensures that each Walz cap is of the finest quality.
There are three different cycling cap styles: classic four-panel, three–panel (solid or with stripe) and our earflap version for cold weather riding. Each of our cycling cap designs offers clean lines for a snug cycling cap that fits nicely under a cycling helmet.
A stylish black cap from Galstudio. I’ve been thinking about winter which is just around the corner and how I think I might go for a heavier wool cap for the commute. Something simple, stylish and not embarrassing to the wife and kids. I think this might be it…. now for the ’51 Giro jersey!
Richard says: I Thought about the 1951 Giro d’Italia and the black jersey.
This cap could go with the famous wearer of the black jersey!
Cleverly adapted for cycling but also stylish for walking about town,
this fashionable cycling cap is a must!
Fits perfectly on a 22″ to 23″ head
This cap is black with black stripe. Linen/Cotton.
This fabric is pre-washed to avoid further shrinkage.
Hand wash in cold soapy water & hang dry.
Proudly handmade in small batches in our Vancouver studio.
All items are made in a smoke free and pet free environment.